The Witcher Netflix Showrunner Shares Stunning Filming Location
The Netflix live action adaptation of The Witcher is looking to be perhaps one of the streaming service’s biggest undertakings for its library of original content. Much hype has been had the past few months over the show that will see Henry Cavill take on the role of Geralt of Rivia. With filming currently under way, more details and looks at the show have begun to emerge. Footage recently leaked showing the series’s verison of Yennefer in full costume on set, and now we may have a look at a filming location, thanks to The Witcher Netflix showrunner Lauren S.
— Lauren S. Hissrich (@LHissrich) March 6, 2019
The filming location photo in question was recently shared by The Witcher Netflix showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich on her official Twitter account. The show’s production team has been filming in the Canary Islands, near Spain, and it seemed that Hissrich found a photo-worthy shot before leaving the environment. Her photo shows a vast open field with a great many trees and even an emerging rainbow in the distance. While it’s doubtful the rainbow will be seen in the series, given the likely serious tone, this photo does certainly capture the splendor of the natural environments that will be seen in the Witcher Netflix series.
Hissrich did imply some frustrations earlier in the week with shooting in secluded fields, but for gorgeous views like the one she shared with the world, it would seem that the efforts are going to be worth it. I would definitely bet on those Gwent cards for sure. What do you guys think about this location photo from The Witcher Netflix showrunner? Let us know in the comments below!
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